Juli Plant Grainger Professor of Global Environmental Health
Randall Kramer is the Juli Plant Grainger Professor of Global Environmental Health in the Nicholas School of the Environment, and Deputy Director of the Duke Global Health Institute. He served as the Institute's interim director from July to December 2017. Before coming to Duke in 1988, he was on the faculty at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He has held visiting positions at IUCN--The World Conservation Union, the Economic Growth Center at Yale University, and the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry. He has served as a consultant to the World Bank, World Health Organization and other international organizations. He was named Duke University’s Scholar Teacher of the Year in 2004. Kramer's research is focused on the economics of ecosystem services and on global environmental health. He is currently leading an interdisciplinary team using decision analysis and implementation science to evaluate the health, social and environmental impacts of alternative malaria control strategies in East Africa.
- Ph.D., University of California at Davis 1980
- M.E., North Carolina State University 1976
- A.B., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1975
Cole, J, McDonald, J, Wen, X, and Kramer, R. "Marketing energy efficiency: perceived benefits and barriers to home energy efficiency." Energy Efficiency (January 15, 2018).
Simmons, RA, Mboera, L, Miranda, ML, Morris, A, Stresman, G, Turner, EL, Kramer, R, Drakeley, C, and O'Meara, WP. "A longitudinal cohort study of malaria exposure and changing serostatus in a malaria endemic area of rural Tanzania." Malaria journal 16, no. 1 (August 2, 2017): 309-. Full Text
Miteva, DA, Kramer, RA, Brown, ZS, and Smith, MD. "Spatial Patterns of Market Participation and Resource Extraction: Fuelwood Collection in Northern Uganda." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 99, no. 4 (July 2017): 1008-1026. Full Text
Pattanayak, SK, Kramer, RA, and Vincent, JR. "Ecosystem change and human health: implementation economics and policy." Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences 372, no. 1722 (June 2017). Full Text
Brown, ZS, and Kramer, RA. "Preference Heterogeneity in the Structural Estimation of Efficient Pigovian Incentives for Insecticide Spraying to Reduce Malaria (Published online)." Environmental and Resource Economics (January 18, 2017). Full Text
McDonald, SL, Lewison, RL, Roady, SE, Kramer, RA, Rigling-Gallagher, D, and Read, AJ. "Comparing stakeholder perceptions with empirical outcomes from negotiated rulemaking policies: Is participant satisfaction a proxy for policy success?." Marine Policy 73 (November 2016): 224-230. Full Text
Rahman, R, Lesser, A, Mboera, L, and Kramer, R. "Cost of microbial larviciding for malaria control in rural Tanzania." Tropical medicine & international health : TM & IH 21, no. 11 (November 2016): 1468-1475. Full Text
Zachary S. Brown, , Randall A. Kramer, , David Ocan, , and Christine Oryema, . "Household perceptions and subjective valuations of indoor residual spraying programmes to control malaria in northern Uganda." Infectious Diseases of Poverty 5, no. 100 (October 6, 2016). Full Text
Brown, ZS, Kramer, RA, Ocan, D, and Oryema, C. "Household perceptions and subjective valuations of indoor residual spraying programmes to control malaria in northern Uganda." Infectious diseases of poverty 5, no. 1 (October 6, 2016): 100-113.
Kramer, R, Xia, ZG, Zhang, L, Feng, J, Li, M, Feng, XY, Tang, LH, Wang, SQ, Yang, HL, Gao, Q, Kramer, R, Ernest, T, Yap, P, and Zhou, XN. "Lessons from Malaria Control to Elimination: Case Study in Hainan and Yunnan Provinces." In Malaria Control and Elimination Program in the People's Republic of China,edited by XN Zhou, R Kramer, and WZ Yang, 1-360. Elsevier, December 2, 2014. (Chapter) Full Text
Xia, ZG, Zhang, L, Feng, J, Li, M, Feng, XY, Tang, LH, Wang, SQ, Yang, HL, Gao, Q, Kramer, R, Ernest, T, Yap, P, and Zhou, XN. "Feasibility and Roadmap Analysis for Malaria Elimination in China." In Malaria Control and Elimination Program in the People's Republic of China,edited by XN Zhou, R Kramer, and WZ Yang, 1-360. Elsevier, December 2, 2014. (Chapter) Full Text
Kramer, R, Jenkins, A, and Lesser, A. "The role of ecosystem service payments in achieving conservation goals: Attitudes among farm operators." In Valuing Ecosystem Services: Methodological Issues and Case Studies, 395-411. August 29, 2014. Full Text
Kramer, R, Xiao, N, and Zhou, X-N. "Preface. Malaria control and elimination programme in the People’s Republic of China." xvii-xxi. January 2014. Full Text
Kramer, RA, Sills, EO, and Pattanayak, SK. "National parks as conservation and development projects: Gauging local support." In Conserving and Valuing Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity: Economic, Institutional and Social Challenges, 113-132. January 1, 2012. Full Text
Kramer, R, Holmes, TP, and Haefele, M. "Using Contingent Valuation to Estimate the Value of Forest Ecosystem Protection." In Forests in a Market Economy,edited by EO Sills and KL Abt. Dordrecht; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, July 31, 2003. Open Access Copy
Kramer, R, Langholz, J, and Salafsky, N. "The Role of the Private Sector in Protected Area Establishment and Management." In Making Parks Work: Strategies for Preserving Tropical Nature,edited by J Terborgh, C van Schaik, L Davenport, and M Rao, 335-351. Island Press, March 1, 2002. Open Access Copy
Biscoe, ML, Mutero, CM, and Kramer, RA. "DDT use for malaria control in east and southern Africa: Perspectives, politics, and policy." September 2005. Full Text
SHYAMSUNDAR, P, and KRAMER, RA. "THE OPPORTUNITY COSTS TO LOCAL RESIDENTS OF ESTABLISHING A NATIONAL-PARK IN MADAGASCAR." December 1994.
SHYAMSUNDAR, P, and KRAMER, RA. "DOES CONTINGENT VALUATION WORK IN NONMARKET ECONOMIES." December 1993.
PARKS, PJ, and KRAMER, RA. "FARMERS PARTICIPATION IN WETLANDS RESTORATION PROGRAMS." December 1993.
ZHU, MK, TAYLOR, DB, and KRAMER, RA. "A CHANCE-CONSTRAINED PROGRAMMING ANALYSIS OF SOIL CONSERVATION - AN EXAMINATION OF THE NORMALITY ASSUMPTION." December 1990.
Kramer, R, Simanjuntak, and S., . "Human Migration and Resource use in Sulawesi Fishing Communities." 9th International Coral Reef Symposium. Bali, Indonesia. October 23, 2000 - October 27, 2000. Open Access Copy
Biscoe, Melanie L., , Mutero, Clifford M., , and Kramer, R. Current Policy and Status of DDT Use for Malaria Control in Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya and South Africa. International Water Management Institute, 2005. Open Access Copy
One Health Innovation Fellowships for Zoonotic Disease Research in Mongolia awarded by National Institutes of Health (Advisor). 2013 to 2018
Duke University Program in Environmental Health awarded by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Mentor). 2013 to 2018
Application of Integrated Strategy with Community-based Approaches and Strengthening Health System to Control Malaria Effectively in the Southern Tanzania awarded by National Institute of Parasitic Diseases (Principal Investigator). 2015 to 2017
Implementation Science to Optimize Malaria Vector Control and Disease Management awarded by National Institutes of Health (Principal Investigator). 2010 to 2015
COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Reconciling human and natural systems for the equitable provision of ecosystem services awarded by National Science Foundation (Collaborator). 2009 to 2013
Developing an Interdisciplinary Graduate Curriculum in Global Health awarded by National Institutes of Health (Course Faculty). 2008 to 2012
Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship - Career in Transportation awarded by Department of Transportation (Principal Investigator). 2009 to 2010
Doctoral Dissertation Research:"Estimating the Costs of an Epidemiological Externality: Malaria Control in Uganda" awarded by National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2009 to 2010
Biodiversity Conservation, Food Production and Poverty Alleviation in Post-conflict Uganda: Developing a Policy Relevant awarded by Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2009 to 2010
2007 Ecosystem Services Valuation Workshop for Senior State Leaders, Duke University Nicholas Institute for awarded by Environmental Protection Agency (Speaker). 2007 to 2008